Certificate Course in Psychoneuroimmuno therapy
PNI is the study of the interaction between psychological processes and the nervous and immune systems of the human body. The main interests of PNI are the interactions between the nervous and immune systems and the relationships between mental processes and health. PNI studies, among other things, the physiological functioning of the neuro-immune system in health and disease. It seeks to shed light on how mental events and processes modulate the function of the immune system and how, in turn, immunological activity is capable of altering the function of the mind. Psychoneuroimmunology encompasses a sufficiently broad area of scientific research, from the molecular to the interpersonal; therefore, it has the potential to lead to the development of a more comprehensive model of health.
Why should you study PNI?
Emotions and stress significantly affect health and one’s susceptibility to a pathology, as well as one’s ability to recover from an illness. Psychoneuroimmunology provides knowledge about the biological dynamics of conventional and alternative medicines for fighting disease. The psychoneuroimmunological axis comprises several disease-producing mechanisms in which different disciplines of medicine interact, implying the need for an integrative approach. Those who wish to create a positive impact in the lives of their own as well as others can study this course.
Who can study PNI course?
Students pursuing their Bachelors or Master’s degree in Psychology, Counselors, Social Workers, Medical Sociology, Occupational therapists, Rehabilitation Psychologist.
Course Duration:- 3 Months